July 5, 2017
The Toronto Star
A Henning St. resident is not pleased with a development at the foot of their street. City staff have recommended approval of a condo tower on Eglinton Ave. West near the busy intersection at Yonge St. (Steve Russell / Toronto Star)
A 24-storey condo that local councillors said would undermine plans for the booming Yonge-Eglinton area has been approved by council. Councillor Josh Matlow was one of those opposed to the plan. He moved that council request the developer provide full office replacement, which the plans approved by council for that area require, and address additional concerns about the size and shape of the building and its relationship to Eglinton Avenue, where mid-rise development was directed by council.